Super Bowl Trailer: Transformers: Age of Extinction


Yes, it is another Transformers film about to descend on the population this coming summer.

Could we finally get a quality one after the last two which got worse and worse with each new entry? I can’t say for sure, but this fourth entry does have one thing going for it and that is the lack of Shia LaBeouf. Instead we get Mark Walhberg in the lead human role. Optimus Prime and Bumblebee return with new robots filling in the rest.

If there’s one thing about Transformers: Age of Extinction that will get me to see it once it comes out is the fact that it has Grimlock and his merry band of Dinobots finally making their appearance. Yes, Grimlock and that’s all I need.

Transformers: Age of Extinction is set for a July 27, 2014 release date.

4 responses to “Super Bowl Trailer: Transformers: Age of Extinction

  1. Me, Grimlock, no bozo. Me king!

    We can only hope that Grimlock brings the class back to the series the Shia LeDouche ruined.


  2. Oh, it’s Shia LaBeouf’s fault? The guy was just a kid when cast in the first “Transformers” live action movie. A teenager offered big money to stand around and not have to act, paired off with airheaded bimbo/mindless sex toy Megan Fox? The kid, like many teenagers, couldn’t find it in himself to say “no”, and probably had an embarrassing accident downstairs on his way to the set everyday from just thinking about his co-star. He took the bait and got stuck in a series which has made him known as the kid who ruined “Transformers”. But as far as I’m concerned, the film was just average at best, largely unmemorable, and certainly not the kid’s fault.

    Anyway, I had to laugh when I read that he would be replaced by an absolutely pathetic actor who should’ve been banned from the entertainment world years ago. And because this is an action film, the poor man’s Vanilla Ice will be having some juice with his eggs and toast each morning in preparation for the part.

    Oh, and in case anyone’s wondering, since the name “Bauer” has been discussed elsewhere on this site, “LaBeouf” is a French name that means “the bull”.


    • The Bull? Hmmm, makes more sense if you add shit in the end with all the plagiarizing and just douchebag behavior he’s been doing towards stealing other people’s work and decrying intellectual property of other artists as a sort aform of censorship that stifles what he calls creativity. Creativity in his mind means taking someone else’s work literally word for word and saying its his then when caught saying it was just his version of homage. So, yeah I have no sympathy for him since his behavior goes way back even during his so-called teen years.

      Like you hate on certain actors and filmmakers I think you can’t turn around and get on people who hate on “The Bull”. You can continue either defending this individual who has forfeited whatever artistic integrity he ever had in the last couple months or just allow everyone else to hate on those actors they think deserve them the way we’ve allowed you to continually hate on so many actors and filmmakers others seem to like but you hate on your own form of principle.

      This being the New Year and all, I’ll just say that I will continue to keep this site pretty censor-free. So, if people want to hate on some actor, filmmaker, musician or tv show, film or music then go ahead and hate, but don’t turn around and criticize someone else for hating on someone else whether you like who they’re hating on or not.

      Ok, rant over.


      • Arleigh, I’d no idea about The Bull being a rampant plagiarist—egads, I thought he was just an actor!

        I wasn’t (seriously) defending The Bull in any way—absolving of total blame, perhaps, whole scale defending the kid, no. If anything, it was meant to be a facetious “non-defence defence”, and I was certainly not criticising anyone for ragging on The Bull. If he’s been acting like a douche, I take your word for it. I certainly won’t lose any sleep for what anyone says about him.

        (Apparently, he’s “retiring from public life”, due to attacks against his “artistic integrity”—okay, now THAT sounds douchey of him).

        But yeah, speaking for myself, I reckon “Transformers” was better off as a cartoon, and I think The Bull was irrelevant to the series—that is to say, he was just “there”. But if it so turns out he had a hand in “creativity” (ahem) beyond just reciting someone else’s lines, then that I did not know.


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